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JUST IN: GES and MOE Drop Important Message To Teachers Over This…

JUST IN: GES and MOE Drop Important Message To Teachers Over This…

The Ghana Education Service (GES) and the Ministry of Education (MoE) have created an attendance monitoring gadget to monitor teachers’ attendance.

According to the Ministry of Education, this Biometric Attendance Tracking System will be operational beginning with the 2023 academic year. The gadget isn’t only for teachers; it’s a new way to track the attendance of all government employees at their numerous locations.

For greater clarity, the system will be connected to the Controller and Accountant General’s Department payroll system once more.

Workers will be compensated depending on the number of days worked under this new method (Punctuality)

How The System Works

1. Staff are expected to clock in 4 Times Daily. Thus :

*6am to 8am – Clock-In
*12:30pm – Clock out
*1:30pm – Clock-in
*5pm- Clock out

2. The system will cater for overtime which starts at 6pm to 5am the next day.

Before overtime allowance will reflect on your payslip it has to be approved by your HoD|HoU.

3. staff working at the office after 6 pm do not have to Clock – out and Clock- in again. Such person should finish and leave.

4. Night security will Clock 4 times thus:

6 pm Clock-In
12:30 am
1:30 am
6 am Clock out

5. Casual workers who are not paid by GoG (cleaners and labourers) will Clock-In from 6am to 8am.

6. Cleaners and labourers who are paid by GoG will Clock-In at 6am and Clock out at 12:30 pm.

7. Departments like environmental health and social welfare will Clock-In once in a week. This is due to their fieldwork. They will Clock-In with their phones during fieldwork.


The system will be managed by 7 primary administrators namely:

• Deputy Director
• Internal Auditor
• HRs
• Statisticians
• Finance Officers

Management is putting in place procedures to provide training and workshops for all government employees in order to guarantee that everyone understands how the system operates.

Staff is advised to be patient until the above-mentioned next course of action is implemented.

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